Data from: A nonsemen copulatory fluid influences the outcome of sperm competition in Japanese quail.

Findley R. Finseth, Stephanie R. Iacovelli, Richard G. Harrison & Elizabeth K. Adkins-Regan
Sperm competition is a powerful and widespread evolutionary force that drives the divergence of behavioral, physiological, and morphological traits. Elucidating the mechanisms governing differential fertilization success is a fundamental question of sperm competition. Both sperm and non-sperm ejaculate components can influence sperm competition outcomes. Here, we investigate the role of a non-semen copulatory fluid in sperm competition. Male Japanese quail possess a gland that makes meringue-like foam. Males produce and store foam independent of sperm...
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